paN- v. 1. ask for something Nagpangayug pakitábang ang nabanggà, The accident victims shouted for help. Pangayúa ang suklì, Ask for the change. Dúna untà kuy ipangáyù (pangayúun) nímu ug mahímù, I would like to ask something of you if it isn’t too much; 2. set a bride price. Pangáyug barku arun dì makatúman, Set the bride price so high they cannot meet it. 3. — ug katahúran v. greet someone by saying ‘good morning’, etc. Ug makahinagbù kay tigúlang, pangáyug katahúran, When you meet an elderly person, bid him good morning (evening); n. 1. something asked for. Pilay pangáyù sa nanaygun? How much are the carolers asking for? 2. bride price. pinaN- n. 1. something which has been obtained by asking. Dì ni pinalit, pinangáyù ni, I didn’t buy this. I solicited it. 2. child born to a childless couple that prayed to God for it. Pinanggà kaáyu ang bátang pinangáyù, A child born to a childless couple after fervent prayers is highly cherished. -an(→) a. fond of asking for things. Kayuan kaáyu, dì maglútug iyáha, He is fond of asking for things and doesn’t bother to fix his own.